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Zimbabwe Court Acquits Opposition Activists of Murder

The High Court of Zimbabwe has acquitted six opposition party activists whom President Robert Mugabe had labeled terrorists for their alleged role in the murder of a ruling party ally in 2001. The decision, handed down Thursday, ended one of Zimbabwe’s most politically charged court cases. Among those exonerated were three men — Remember Moyo, Sazini Mpofu and Khethani Augustine Sibanda — who were held without bail for two years and, they said, repeatedly tortured into making false confessions. Full Story

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